Monday, November 26, 2012

Winter Staffing Positions Available

Volunteer Positions Available at Anarchist Community Space

SubRosa serves many roles within the community: a bookstore, a cafe, a meeting place, a gallery showcase for emerging local artists, a music, poetry, and performance venue, a space for classes and workshops, a lending library, a source for radical books and 'zines, and a hub for radical projects. We'd like you to be part of it.

We are looking for great people who are interested in bringing their enthusiastic radical energy to this project.  We are focusing on making the space feel like a vibrant community space, safe and comfortable for all sorts of people to share ideas, get together, study, perform at events, and create art.  We'd like you to be part of that if you are into it.

What does your life look like now?  Do you want to help make SubRosa a vibrant rad community space?

SubRosa is a space for all kinds of people.  Our collective is largely drawn from the anarchist community,. but not everyone identifies as an anarchist.  We do share a common curiosity about and interest in radical social change, as we hope you do too.

We want to be explicit that we want SubRosa to be a place where women, trans, queer, and people of color feel safe, welcome and included.  If you are similarly committed to fighting sexism, racism, homo/transphobia, and other forms of coercive domination, we encourage you to talk to us about volunteering.

The Deets:  We have open positions for volunteers and staffers.  Both volunteers and staffers hold down a weekly shift, but staffers hold additional responsibilities for collective decision-making, bottomline tasks, and bi-weekly meetings. 

Please email as soon as you can with your interest, concerns, or comments.  For more info about SubRosa, events, art, classes, and so on, please visit our website at

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